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Poster: dilcurrie Date: Aug 11, 2008 12:24pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: infrared roses in 1966

Is it my imagination or is the track "Ice cream Break" exactly the same as one of the tracks on infrared roses

http://www.archive.org/details.php?identifier=gd1966-03-12.doherty.winters.17681.shnf&;newflash=1

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Poster: veblen Date: Aug 11, 2008 1:10pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: infrared roses in 1966

I can't listen now to confirm the tune but it looks to be more than a little mislabeled...

regarding ice cream break: seems like they were talking about ice cream and somehow they labeled the track that way

here is the info from deadlists:

Grateful Dead
Venue Danish Center
Location Los Angeles, CA

One Cream Puff War
Teddy Bear's Picnic
Sitting On Top Of The World
Minglewood
Cold Rain and Snow
Tastebud
Silver Threads
Baby Blue
Good Lovin'
You Don't Have To Ask
On The Road Again
Next Time You See Me
I Know You Rider
Hey Little One
King Bee >
Caution
Stealin'
Two
Comments UPDATE 1/23/2007 from Paul Scotton ~
David Lemieux, keeper of the vault, has provided a complete set list for 3/12/66.

Old data (may not be accurate) ~
Pico Acid test. David Sorochty: the unknown Jam in the 1st set sounds similar at times to You Don't Love Me, Hog For You Baby, Big Boy Pete, or even like Deep Elem Blues (the old way like on 12/1/66). This tape has apparently only recently (mid 1998) come into circulation.

Another tape has been in circulation for years dated 3/12/66 or 3/19/66 which contains Viola Lee Blues# (14.56), You See a Broken Heart (3.10), and Midnight Hour# (10.44). However this is not exactly a partial copy of 3/12/66. The versions of You See a Broken Heart and Midnight Hour# are the same as on the complete 3/12/66, but the Viola Lee Blues is definitely a different version. So hold onto those older tapes. The full 3/12/66 tape does not have that voice that cuts in after You See a Broken Heart that says "RAW". I can't tell who that is or how it got there.

David Dieterich: Bobby talks about the funky P.A. which is making popping noises after It's a Sin and BIODTL. Lots of talk about the ice cream man outside after the 1st set ends (after Next time).
Recordings SB. 3/12/66 Danish Hall, Los Angeles, CA
Cream Puff War
Teddy Bear's Picnic
Sitting On Top Of The World
Minglewood
Cold Rain and Snow
Tastebud
Silver Threads
Baby Blue
Good Lovin'
You Don't Have To Ask
On The Road Again
Next Time You See Me
I Know You Rider
Hey Little One
King Bee>Caution
Stealin'

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Poster: dilcurrie Date: Aug 11, 2008 2:21pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: infrared roses in 1966

i can understand ice cream breaks banter broken strings pa or a myriad of other reasons for long pauses between songs they can be amusing sometimes too but leave them in dont put anachronistic stuff in there though

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